CLEVELAND (AP) Former President Bill Clinton is set to help rally support in southwest Ohio for his wife's presidential bid. Hillary Clinton's campaign says he will highlight an organizing event Friday afternoon at a cultural arts center in Cincinnati. Daughter Chelsea is scheduled to be in Ohio on Monday to help the campaign. Ohio's primary isn't until March 15, but early voting begins Feb. 17.
Feinstein and other Clinton congressional surrogates have a long list of Sanders' controversial but overlooked policy items they plan to highlight in the weeks ahead to demonstrate the self-described democratic socialist's record is too liberal to win the White House, a Democratic aide told CNN . But this year, with Sanders leading in the state by double-digits in many polls , Clinton is aiming her emotions at a far broader audience in the states that follow: the February 20 Nevada caucuses, the February 27 SC primary and a swath of states holding contests on March 1.
The 42nd president of the United States was in Memphis on Thursday. "Her campaign recognizes the importance of the black vote, the Latino vote, and the women's vote," Vergie Banks, supporter, said. Brooks Brasfield, the lead organizer for the Clinton campaign in Memphis, said a lot of logistics and cooperation with the Secret Service goes into bringing the former president here.
Ron Burkle toured the world with former President Bill Clinton , reportedly sitting in on a meeting with Nelson Mandela. That sum is the maximum an individual can give directly to a campaign committee, but pales in comparison to the millions mega-donors can give to political action committees. Burkle has given to the both sides of the aisle in recent years. Lacking the support of a billionaire donor and fundraiser may seem like a big blow to Clinton.
Declaration of Rights in England, in which William and Mary are proclaimed King and Queen for life. 1747: Boxing gloves were patented by Jack Broughton of London. 1797: To mark the Kaiser's birthday, the first performance of Haydn's Emperor Hymn took place in Vienna. Deaths: 1554: Lady Jane Grey; 1804 Immanuel Kant, philosopher and idealist; 1846 Rev Henry Duncan, founder of Dumfries and Galloway Courier, and of savings banks; 1984 Tom Keating, art faker; 2000 Charles Schulz, United States cartoonist (Peanuts.
President Bill Clinton's arrival in Cincinnati Friday to host a Get Out the Vote fundraiser for wife and presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has a lot of area Democrats excited. The most likely impacts will be along one of more of the following thoroughfares, in the afternoon hours: WCPO has reached out to city officials and is currently awaiting more information regarding the specific route, but here are some of the most likely the Clinton caravan could take: To zoom, use the +/- button in the bottom left corner of the map.
With her husband Bill Clinton by her side , Ms. Clinton conceded defeat and agreed with Mr. Sanders on most things, particularly the campaign finance system. The source also noted that the Sanders campaign has staff on the ground in every March 1 Super Tuesday state and emphasized that a majority of the caucuses on the Democratic nomination calendar occur in March.
"I find it quite insulting sometimes when people say to my mom, my dad or me . . . that they question our faith,' said Chelsea. "I was raised in a Methodist church and I left the Baptist church before my dad did, because I didn't know why they were talking to me about abortion when I was 6 in Sunday school -- that's a true story."
MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow reminded viewers of this following Bernie Sanders' big win in New Hampshire on Tuesday night. The Bill Clinton era brought the passage of Don't Ask, Don't Tell and the Defense of Marriage Act, both of which were detrimental for LGBT people. After the passage of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, the military rule that banned being honest about one's sexual orientation in the military, thousands of people were expelled from service.
Bill Clinton was elected President in 1992 off the strength of the Black vote. The strongest cabinet secretary of all was the Honorable Ron Brown. Thus, it was gone and the fix was in. Billions of dollars and thousands of jobs left the Black community thanks to good ol' boy Bill Clinton, the so called first Black president, and the Congressional Black Caucus decided not to fight it.
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WHEN then-President Bill Clinton visited Africa in 1998, he praised "a new generation of leaders" as champions of a dawning "African Renaissance." "When a leader tries to change the rules in the middle of the game just to stay in office, it risks instability and strife, as we've seen in Burundi," Barack Obama told an African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in July 2015.